In order to do business in the State of Minnesota, every insurance company, including fraternal benefit societies, township mutuals and reciprocal exchanges, must file with the Commissioner every year on or before March 1. We provide the forms, instructions, fee schedules and risk questionnaires to help with your company filing.
Financial filing instructions for annual statements for insurers, reinsurers, alien surplus lines, fraternal societies, risk retention groups, etc.
Requirements for change of appointed actuary for life insurance companies and fraternal benefit societies.
Contains instructions for filing changes in Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.
Definitions on insurance terminology.
Fees for licensed domestic and foreign insurers including title, fraternals and reciprocal exchanges.
Forms, frequently asked questions and sample risk matrices for Risk Questionnaires.
State law requires the Commissioner of Commerce to prescribe a basis upon which a township mutual insurance company maintains its records reflecting the true financial condition of the company.